Young man pays tribute to grandmother after he bags law degree

Young man pays tribute to grandmother after he bags law degree

- A young man, who has been identified as Clement Maosa, gushed about his academic success on social media

- Maosa managed to study law and graduated with a LLB degree recently

- He paid tribute to his grandmother, whose unconditional love he credited for his success

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A man, Clement Maosa, graduated with his law degree on 8 July and he gushed about the woman who made it possible.

Taking to Twitter, Maosa shared an adorable snap of himself with his gogo and he revealed she raised him after his parents passed away.

Maosa captioned the adorable photo:

"My granny raised me because my parents passed on when I was young. I love and appreciate her a lot. Today I am a law graduate with nothing but her unconditional love."

Take a look at the post below:

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Young man pays tribute to grandmother after he bags law degree

Photo credit: Celement Maosa/Twitter.
Source: Twitter

Tweeps applauded Maosa on his academic success as well as his gogo, who raised him to become an exceptional young man.

Twitter user, @robzinterris, commented:

"Big shout out to magogo for the support and taking care of you brother... And there's nothing best that makes them happy seeing their grandchildren succeeding and getting what they've hoped for."

Another tweep, @Rosh43255891, wrote:

"Big up Mkhaya let's continue to make them proud."

Social media user, @wandiieC, said:

"Congratulations, grandmothers are the best."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported when a university denied 69-year-old Philip Dhlamini's application to study law, the feisty former soldier took them to court.

He won and was allowed to pursue his dream of becoming a lawyer. Dhlamini has now graduated with a LLB degree and his story inspired many, proving one is never too old to follow your dreams.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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